"Five Finger Exercise" - Music Box Theatre
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"Five Finger Exercise" premièred at the Comedy Theatre in London's West End in February 1959, and opened at the Music Box Theatre on Broadway on December 2, 1959 and closed October 1, 1960 after 337 performances. The young Juliet Mills, a teenager at the time, played the role of Pamela Harrington, and was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance.


Name Role
Jessica Tandy Louise Harrington
Roland Culver Stanley Harrington
Brian Bedford Clive Harrington
Juliet Mills Pamela Harrington
Michael Bryant Walter Langer

Production Staff

Name Position
Frederick Brisson Producer
The Playwright's Company Producer
Oliver Smith Production Designer
Tharon Musser Lighting Design
John Gielgud Director
Fred Hebert Production Stage Manager
William Pitkin Asst. to Mr. Smith
Ray Diffen Miss Tandy's clothes
William Fields Press Representative
Morton Gottlieb Company Manager
Walter Alford Press Associate
Reginald Denenholz Press Associate
Mae Lyons Press Associate
William Dodds Stage Manager
William Bruce Asst. Stage Manager
Mary Ann Goldsmith Secretary to Mr. Brisson
Jane Gilliland Secretary to the Playwright's Co.
Michael Mabry Production Assistant
Ben Morse Secretary to Mr. Gielgud
Albert Johnson Master Carpenter
Joseph Monaco Master Electrician
Thomas Crow Master of Properties
Lillias Norel Wardrobe Mistress
Lionel Stern Asst. Electrician
Jane Tupper Press Secretary
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